Hezbollah’s leadership is altering its military strategies, particularly concerning anti-tank missile attacks against Israeli posts. The change comes after a noticeable absence of Hezbollah attacks for the first time since October 8.
Going forward, only two Hezbollah fighters will execute any anti-tank missile attacks on Israeli targets, as opposed to multiple fighters previously. Internal disputes have arisen among the fighters over who gets to lead the attacks.
Despite knowing the risks involved, all fighters are eager to be on the front lines. Since the onset of hostilities on October 8, approximately 50 Hezbollah members have been killed by Israeli forces.